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Alameda Creek Alliance

Address   POBox 2626
          Niles, CA  94536
Voice     (510) 499-9185

Works to restore native wildlife, plants, habitats and ecosystems within the Alameda Creek watershed as much as possible given modern constraints. We also seek to protect undeveloped areas along the creek for their habitat value to native flora and fauna.

Our efforts are focused on bringing wild steelhead trout, often cited as an “indicator species” of watershed health, back to our watershed. But restoration involves far more than charismatic fish, for as John Muir famously said, “When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.”

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Alameda County (below Oakland)       creek restoration       endangered species / habitat       water       watersheds

This entry's contact information was last verified in April of 2015.

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